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KaceyJ

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Still have a little bit of work to do. need to build an overflow, so i can remove those god awful PVC pipes. ignore the algae, i inherited it. I have it declining now, should be clear within the next 3 weeks :D. and then to replace the horrible bulbs i have. the tank is glass, even if chris says i am lying.

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i bet ur PO4 #s are off the chart. Id get a little reactor and put some rowaphaus(GFO) in it. maybe even 2 reactors and put carbon in the other. Gotta get it under control or it will make u wanna give up. Thats not an option RIGHT?

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I like how you rock is stacked! How much rock do you nave in your tank and how long has the tank been set up?

hard to say :). i had 60lbs of it in a 55gl for about 2 months, then moved to the 90gl, started to cycle some more, added 50lbs more rock, looks like it has started a bit of a cycle too. i have a canister set up with carbon, but i need to get some gfo. was going to try to get in on the BRS group buy, but i might be a little short on money. was thinking of asking if someone could spare some for $5-$10. and thx for the compliment. i had to change it up a bit. had to remove most of it to catch the banana wrasse, it was attacking the tang, and the poor scopas started to show signs of ick.

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Oh no, she was not too much trouble at all, and i was happy to see her through her recovery. I had to choose between catching her, or stressing the tang more. I knew she could take the move to a new tank easier. she is a beautiful girl.

UPDATE on the tank. week 2 of the TLC SAT and i have almost NO algae. I also added carbon, and a phosban to a canister filter. will post pics tonight.

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